The Highest APR Savings Accounts 2019
We looked at 50 savings accounts to find the best rates for you
Why Is “FDIC and SIPC Insured” Important?
Why is bank insurance important and why should you care? What are the differences between FDIC vs SIPC insurance?
Tax Season is Coming: Four Actions to Consider Before 2019
Just make sure you do these before December 31, 2018 to get the actual benefit for the 2018 year.
2019 New Year's Resolution Ideas: Focus on the Big Wins
When thinking about your New Years Resolutions, it's critical to focus on achieving “big financial wins” in your life. By choosing your top two to three big financial wins to tackle in 2019, you might easily be able to save hundreds or thousands into your savings or investment account.
How to be part of the 401K millionaires club
A step by step guide on how it's actually possible to hit the 1 million mark for your retirement. By following these 5 key steps you can be on your way to joining the 401K millionaires club.
Why Employer Retirement Matching is Like Getting 100% Return
How does employer matching work? We take you through examples and show you how it can be like getting 100% return on investment
Step by Step Guide for 0% Balance Transfers
Here are our 4 steps to do a balance transfer. By doing a balance transfer to a 0% APR card, you can start save money over the short term and start paying down debt.
Hacking Your Way Out of Debt -- What Your Bank Won’t Tell You
There are a few methods of getting rid of credit card debt, one way many people with decent credit can get out of debt is doing a balance transfer.
What Happens When You Don’t Pay Your Student Loans?
This is how it starts: emails, calls, snail mail, calls to your emergency contact. All of them can be a nuisance but still ignored, but once the federal government begins garnering your wages (e.g. taking money from your paycheck directly), you’ll definitely start listening!
Emergency Fund: What it Is and Best Practices
An emergency fund is a must have for any unexpected expenses that come up - because after all, life happens and you just can’t anticipate everything.
What is a Trust Fund and How Does It Work?
You’ve probably heard the term “Trust Fund Baby,” but what actually is a trust fund and when should you get one? It’s one of the tools that the ultra-rich seem to use often, and one of the financial tools that keeps the wealth gap in place -- so we went ahead and looked into it for you.
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